Often called the “morning-after pill” emergency contraception is intended to prevent pregnancy after known or suspected contraceptive failure or unprotected intercourse. Plan B One-Step™ and ella® work differently and have specific risks and side effects.
Should I take it?
Consider the cost, your likelihood of becoming pregnant, and its effectiveness and potential to interrupt the development of a new life. It’s your choice.
Before taking emergency contraception, it is important to understand your body, your cycle, and the timing of how pregnancy begins. If you would like more information, call today
and speak with one of our nurses.